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What does everyone have and what's a proven high quality intake for these cars? I'm looking for my first mod :)
 

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Hello Wes;
We just got what looks like to be a good deal from autoanything.com, about $252 for the K&N whole Cold air intake and cone air filter System, which went in quite smoothly, and we found that we can get over 40 Miles per gallon in Econ mode on the 1.5 liter turbocharged 2017 two door coupe.

When not in Econ mode, the drive ability and acceleration same someone smoother and more peppy, and the sound is just a tad more throaty.

Your mileage may vary; but we would highly recommend it! I have done three or four of these on our other vehicles, and this one by far was the easiest- the best one was on the V6 Camaro which acceleration was quite significant!

Good luck and I hope this helps!

Fymanva;
Gloucester, VA
 

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You will not get large gains with aftermarket intakes with this gen Civic, Honda has done a great job letting this car breath. Some have bought and then removed the aftermarket intakes due to power loss. It's not money well spent on this car.
 

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Yep stick with the stock intake.
 
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You will not get large gains with aftermarket intakes with this gen Civic, Honda has done a great job letting this car breath. Some have bought and then removed the aftermarket intakes due to power loss. It's not money well spent on this car.
Yep stick with the stock intake.
This is great information thanks guys. I can use that money towards something else that is worth it.
 
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